AMERICAN raider Chelsea Cloisters heads the betting for the Queen Mary Stakes at Ascot on Wednesday.
The two-year-old filly is unbeaten and has been talked up in recent days by her trainer Wesley Ward.
PA:Press Association Lady Aurelia won the Queen Mary Stakes in 2016
Last year’s winning trainer Clive Cox has a leading contender again this season with the exciting Shades Of Blue.
Aidan O’Brien is yet to train the winner of the Queen Mary but has two good chances this year with Gossamer Wings and So Perfect.
French challenger Forever In Dreams is another to note for a trainer who enjoyed Royal Ascot success with a two-year-old filly last year.
In total, 22 fillies will go to post for the Group 2 sprint.